One Common Struggle
This June the leaders of the G8 (the world’s richest countries) are meeting in Northern Ireland. As economic crisis bites, and the planet burns, the bosses and their politicians are celebrating business as usual. Capitalism: a system that kills, exploits, and degrades the many for the profit of a few.
On June 10-18 we are organising a week of action and events in London.… Continue reading
13th of February, a mourning march was called by the german extreme right to happen in Dresden, at the anniversary of the Allies bombing of the city.
It was snowing. About 20 sambistas from Kiel, Hamburg, Leipzig, Heilbronn, Vienna, Berlin and Dresden came out to the streets to take direct action against the Nazi exhibitionism.
The white snow met the white nazis, sometimes on their face, as they were blocked for more than 5 hours, surrounded by more than 3000 people shouting, dancing and making new snow balls to throw at them.… Continue reading
Once more, like in the last 6 years, ror delivered radical politics to the samba carnival of Bremen. 30 RoR Sambistas and space creators from Bremen, Witzenhausen, Oldenburg and Berlin participated in the Sambodromo under the motto “fairkehrtewelt”, along with more than 60 other samba bands attended.
Every year a different motto is chosen by the carnival organization. RoR Bremen picks up the motto and makes a radical interpretation of it to rise awareness about an issue through cool dressings, a short performance and flyering the crowd.… Continue reading
Samba everywhere, nazis raus!
RoR was in Magdeburg (Germany) for the antinazi blockades on the 12th of January 2013.
Some pictures of the day.
A developed strategy and capacity for adapting to very dynamic situations that we experienced that day, have shown that not in vain we have been doing the same shit for 12 years, and we are good at it!… Continue reading
this is the new website of the Rhythms of Resistance network. The old version was really out of date so it needed a complete rework.
As you will find us rather in the streets than in front of a computer, this page does not claim to be totally up-to-date in the future. But at least we try.